Five-goal Ash inspires Docking

Docking club secretary Ash Woodhouse was the man of the moment as he struck five goals in their comprehensive Division One victory over West Lynn.

They find themselves in second place in the league and unbeaten in their first five games of the league season.

The double-digit victory for the Rangers saw goalscorers include Harry Sands, Liam Spooner, Jamie Tooth and Dom Howell.

The management and players of The Woottons would like to give a huge thank you to S Clark Builders for their new kit. Picture: Ian Burt
The management and players of The Woottons would like to give a huge thank you to S Clark Builders for their new kit. Picture: Ian Burt

Referee Ray Venemore praised the spirits of West Lynn on a difficult day and made special mention to goalkeeper Aaron Gascoigne-Walker who kept the score down.

Dion Evans doesn’t go many games for Reffley without finding the net, and the ex-Castle Rising front man struck a brace in the Reds 5-0 win against inform Clenchwarton.

James Brotherton, Ben Harris, and Daniel Kerry completed the scoring.

It was penalty heartbreak for Ingoldisthorpe Reserves as they travelled to Holt United Development in the Norfolk FA Intermediate Cup.

Thomas Hostx and substitute Finley Griffin were on target for Thorpe as the game finished 2-2.

Sadly, the away side travelled back to West Norfolk after a 5-4 penalty loss.

Cowley Wanderers have had a challenging start to life in the North West Norfolk League.

However, Saturday’s performance will give them hope moving forwards.

Dersingham scored five goals in the first half with Luke Biles, Dersingham’s Man of the Match, scoring a terrific free-kick.

However, a more determined Cowley came out the second half with Cowley’s Man of the match scoring two good goals.

The other Dersingham scorers were Scott Deadman, Billie Eastwood (2), Obi Howe with Biles scoring twice more to complete his hat-trick.

Cowley’s other scorer was Rio Culey. The game was well-officiated by Kenny Wingfield.

The Woottons continued their unbeaten start to the season with a comfortable 6-0 victory over Shouldham, scorers were Harvey Hughes with a hat-trick, Mark Smith (2) and Matthew White.

West Winch found themselves 5-0 to the good at half-time against Docking Reserves.

A hat-trick from David Edgar complimented braces from Matthew Lancefield and Jordan Mace.

Aaron Walker and Jack Purdy complete the scoring to clinch a 9-1 win.

A Jake Chaplin treble helped towards Watlington Development’s 6-0 home win against KLSC FC A.

Lewis Henderson, Robbie Reeve and Luke Henderson rounded off the scoring.

Daniel Murphy have proved to be a clever signing for Weeting as he found the net twice again in their 3-2 win against Marshland Saints.

Harry Webster and Ivan Crisp were also on target for their respective sides.

Clenchwarton Reserves picked up their second win of the season with a 2-1 win against Gayton A.

Reuben De-Souza and Brian King found the net.